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Having spent series of time sidelined on the bench on the both home and away fixtures, Oxlade-Chamberlain could now be poise to moving away from the Emirates in January window with two La Liga giants vying for his signature.
The report is according to English news outlet which claimed Sevilla and Valencia are reportedly keeping close tabs on the frustrated Arsenal’s midfielder who had earlier revealed himself that he could decided his future with Arsenal in the upcoming summer transfer window.
The England international earlier revealed on Sunday that he has been frustrated with his life of football at the Emirates and he could opt for a transfer in the January window.
Oxlade-Chamberlain has been a constant Starting XI on the bench and the only time he gets the chance of playing, he has always been brought in as substitutes.
Previously, the 23-year-old was linked with a move the Premier League rivals Chelsea and Liverpool in the summer but a deal failed to come into fruition for the England star as the duo Premier League clubs were keen on strengthening their attacking options.
However, according to El Gol Digital as cited by talkSPORT, the Englishman is now attracting interest in Spain from Sevilla and Valencia.
The La Liga giants have been alerted to the uncertainties surrounding the midfielder at the Emirates and are reportedly set to offer him a way into the Spanish league should he opt to leave the Gunners.
However, Arsenal and it’s manager Arsene Wenger, has been insistent while he was linked with a move with Chelsea and Liverpool that the Ox is not for sale and that he’ll not be leaving the Emirates for anywhere.